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on debit cards following the massive breach at target. terrell brown explains. an american journalestist missing in syria for more than a year,ight h family speaks out. and margaret brennan on the cuban defecter who has become an american star. >> this is the "cbs evening news". >> jeff: good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor with a western edition of the broadcast. it is the first full day of winter and weather across the country is all over the place. ice from michigan to new england lead to power outages and scenes like this. this was the snow on interstate 43 in port washington, wisconsin. here's a look at flooding in arkansas. and take a look at this volleyball tank top weather in new york city, a record day of warmth. the west coast is about the only place enjoying a typical day. we begin with anna werner in dallas. >> reporter: the storm system claimed lives in two states, in mississippi on saturday night, authorities found a man died after his mobile home overturned. another man was killed after his car hit a fallen tree. in kentucky four people died in flooding from heavy rains.
. terrell brown onhreat to your data security. a&e's ducks, ending its suspension of a reality show star, despite his controversial comments. the latest on the "duck dynasty" flap. >> to be a man of valor. >> and full military honors. carter evans in los angeles, on the fuel of a fallen american hero, missing for more than 62 years. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> good evening, i'm jim axelrod and this is a western edition of the newscast. >>> one million woke up without 1.3 million americans woke up this morning without this unemployment benefits and several million more could lose theirs over the course of the next year. the federal program designed to help the long-term unemployed has expired and anyone who has been collecting unemployment for more than 26 weeks will be affected. california now has the highest number of people in that category, 220,000. nevada, illinois, pennsylvania, connecticut, new york, new jersey, and massachusetts, also have much higher than average numbers of people out of work for that long. jeff pegues tells us what the outlook
,000 flights have been canceled this week, 1,000 today alone. and as terrell brown reports, the timing of this storm couldn't be any worse for retailers, in the midst of an already short shopping season that has been underwhelming. >> reporter: in the middle of a gusty snowstorm on a 19-degree day in mohegan lake new york, she couldn't resist going to shop. >> we are in a snowstorm. >> yes. >> and you shopping? >> yes. >> why? >> because it is still christmas and things still need to get done and there are still gifts to buy. >> a snow day for retailers during the holiday shopping season could be the difference between a profit or loss. so many stores stayed open and were counting on shoppers like audra aggin. >> the stores are throwing some good sales, to, so you have to get out when they have the sales. >> reporter: in upstate new york, clearing the snow has been a week long marathon. just ask ron bacon. >> i get out with a blower and blow it out and it piles back up again and blow it out again. >> the storm dumped as many as five inches an hour in syracuse, mary lou smith could bare
the ball drop. as terrell brown tells us, it's a tradition with a fascinating past. >> here it is. this is the largest crystal ball in the world. we're getting ready for new year's eve. we just installed all of the 2,688 waterford crystals with a new pattern, check it out. >> every year the ball tells a different story, jeff strauss president of countdown entertainment is excited about this year's theme, the gift of imagination. >> one was imagined by a young girl, 12-year-old girl at st. jude's research hospital. and this was her design which is a rose app it was her message of hope and beauty and positiveness for the new year. >> reporter: new this year fans can follow the 6 ton ball on twitter at times square ball. >> the ball actually tweets and we have people all over the world, 180 countries will participate by twaeting with the ball, watching our webcast and counting down with us at midnight. >> the tradition of the ball drop began more than a century ago. architect turity historian gwendolyn wright. >> it used to be called long acre square in the 19th century and it was a
of snow and ice and winter is still a week away. terrell brown has the latest. why did he do it? barry petersen upon the search for a motive in the nation's latest school shooting. the controversy on college football's biggest night, jeff pegu repor on the cloud over the heisman trophy. >> and on the day of the final homecoming for nelson mandela, mark phillips will share the stor tremendous this is the third maw and ice storm this month. more than 10,00 10,000 flights e been canceled this week, 1,000 today alone and as terrell brown reports, the timing of this storm couldn't be any worse for retailers among a short shopping season that has been underwhelming. >> reporter: in the middle of a dusty snowstorm on a 19-degree day in mohegan lake new york, nicki couldn't resist going to shop. >> we are in a snowstorm. >> yes. >> and you are shopping. >> yes. >> why? >> because it is still christmas, and things still need to get done and there are gifts to buy. >> reporter: a snow day for retailers during the holiday shopping season could be the difference between a profit or loss. so many s
at the stores while online shoppers are furious their presents are late. terrell brown and manuel bojorquez report. holly williams on the plea an american hostage is making to president obama. >> it seems that i have been totally abandoned. >> axelrod: stuck at sea. bill whitaker on the mission to free a ship trapped in ice at the bottom of the world. >> the vessel hasn't moved for the last two days and we're surrounded by sea ice. we can't get through. >> axelrod: and with no time to waste, an l.a. cop rescued a man from his burning car. >> i just said "it's now or never. either i'm going to get him out or i'm going to see someone burn alive." captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> axelrod: good evening. scott's off tonight. i'm jim axelrod and this is our western edition. we're getting our first look at just what kind of boost holiday shopping provided to the u.s. economy-- and it is not the kind of picture retailers were hoping to see. according to mastercard spendingpulse retail shopping was up 2.3% this holiday season. keep in mind, these are j
. the nation's second largest discounter tried to reassure customers and as terrell brown reports, target slashed prices to win back business. >> reporter: target stores on saturday and sunday offered customers a 10% discount in order to temper some of the backlash caused by the massive data breach. the discount attracted shoppers like alan park, but he wasn't convinced his credit card data was secure. >> actually i used cash today specifically because i heard about this and i didn't want to risk using my card. >> reporter: target was trying to assure customers that payments were compromised between thanksgiving and mid-december and they're working with banks and law enforcement in conducting a thorough investigation of the incident. chase announced daily atm withdrawals would be limited to $100. total purchases kept at $300 a day. the bank opened about a third of its customers who may have been impacted by the fraud. >> i'm frustrated right now. i can't continue my shopping. and this is my last weekend. >> reporter: rochelle kelly tried to buy a christmas gift for her mother but her card
storm that snapped utility lines. terrell brown reports. record numbers of americans are signing up for health care-- but wyatt andrews says many still don't know if they have insurance. >> will i be denied coverage? will i be denied access? >> axelrod: mark strassmann on the high tech surgery that lets doctors give hands on assistance from miles away. >> merry christmas! >> axelrod: and elaine quijano with the christmas surprise delivered to more than a thousand kids. >> this is part of my journey. this is what i'm supposed to do. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> axelrod: good evening and merry christmas. scott's off tonight. i'm jim axelrod and this is our western edition. on this night of warmth and good cheer, it's a challenging christmas with no power at all for hundreds of thousands of people in the u.s. and canada. the lingering effects of an icy storm have left more than 200,000 without electricity just in michigan and parts of new england alone. this is the christmas chris fink and her husband dick will always remember for bei
forecast by the national retailer federation. terrell brown reports. >> reporter: retailers couldn't get americans to spend as much as they expected, so now retail stores are cutting prices even more. even along chicago's exclusive michigan avenue, stores were offering 75% off. retail analyst craig johnson. >> retailers overshot the mark in terms of apparel supply. so there's an imbalance of supply in demand in apparel leading to all the dramatic promotions you see today. >> reporter: storms couldn't make up for the storms and two key shopping weekends and the lackluster economy. >> people aren't buying as much. why aren't they buying as much? because their incomes are very soft. >> reporter: average incomes grew 1.1% between 2007 and 2012 but this year it's up only 6%. a wild card is the projected $20 billion spent on gift cards. the value of the card is not recorded until they're redeemed. richard ortiz is the manager of this banana republican in manhattan. >> traffic is a little bit down compared to previous years. i think we've seen a lot more online shopping. >> reporter: web sales
induced coma after a skiing accident in the french alps. as terrell brown reports, his injuries are now being described as life threatening. >> reporter: michael schumacher was skiing on unmarked slopes sunday morning at a popular resort in france when he fell on the right side of his head. resort director said schumacher was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident and that he was alert when first responders arrived. he was airlifted for medical care. doctors say he arrived at the hospital agitated before losing consciousness. he underwent immediate surgery, and is now being kept in a medically induced coma. at today's press conference the doctors said they believe shaw milwaukeer would not be here today had he not been wearing a helmet. the 44-year-old is know stranger to injury. in 1999 he broke his leg during a crash and in 2009 he was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident. he suffered damage to his neck and spine, but managed to make a near-full recovery. in his years of formula 1 racing schumacher was known for his sometimes reckless behavior on the tr
. terrell brown has the latest. why did he do it? barry petersen upon the search for a motive in the nation's latest school shooting. the controversy on college football's biggest night, jeff pegu repor on the cloud over the heisman trophy. >> and on the day of the final homecoming for nelson mandela, mark phillips will share the stor
reports. >> jpmorgan chase puts caps on debit cards following the massive breach at target. terrell brown explains. an american journalestist missing in syria for more than a year,ight h family speaks out. and margaret brennan on the cuban defecter who has become an american star. >> this is the "cbs evening news". >> jeff: good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor with a western edition of the broadcast. it is the first full day of winter and weather across the country is all over the place.
million members. as terrell brown reports, pastor frank shaefer says that despite the punishment, he'd do it again. >> i did it out of love for my son. my son had asked me. i had to say yes. he did not choose to be homosexual. >> reporter: reverend frank shaefer has been a methodist minister for 20 years. he was given a choice: recommit to upholding church doctrine in regards to same-sex marriage or surrender his ministerial credentials. he refused to do either because he says three of his four children are gay. >> think about how i can reconcile continuing to do ministry to the l.g.b.t. community-- which includes gay marriages-- and uphold the church law at the same time. i had to say ultimately "i can't. i'm sorry, but i can't reconcile that. i can't uphold the book of discipline our church law book because it has those discriminatory laws in them." >> reporter: united methodist church rules outlined in its book of discipline describes homosexuality as incompatible with christian teaching. it also states ceremonies that celebrate homosexual unions shall not be conducted by our ministers
of christmas shopping. here's terrell brown. >> reporter: police arrested these four men overnight for a crime that prosecutors call both arbitrary and senseless. at least three of the four men had been arrested for serious crimes before. u.s. attorney paul phishman: >> you shouldn't have to worry, wherever you go, downtown newark, short hills mall or anywhere else, that someone would put a gun to your head and take your car. >> reporter: police and the f.b.i. had been working since sunday to find out who had gunned down 30-year-old dustin friedland. he and his wife jamie were carjacked after an evening of holiday shopping at the mall at short hills in new jersey. acting essex prosecutor carolyn murray, said the men attacked the couple as they were getting into their parked 2012 range rover. >> the crime itself appears to have been motivated by the desire for that type of vehicle. >> reporter: the s.u.v was found abandoned the next morning in newark about ten miles from the mall. police offered a $41,000 reward. murray said callers with tips were critical. >> the sheer senselessness of this ca
. hundreds of thousands have no power after a vicious ice storm that snapped utility lines. terrell brown reports. record numbers of americans are signing up for health care-- but wyatt andrews says many still don't know if they have insurance. >> will i be denied coverage? will i be denied access? >> axelrod: mark strassmann on the high tech surgery that lets doctors give hands on assistance from miles away. >> merry christmas! >> axelrod: and elaine quijano with the christmas surprise delivered to more than a thousand kids. >> this is part of my journey. this is what i'm supposed to do. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> axelrod: good evening and merry christmas. scott's off
than your debit card numbers. terrell brown onhreat to your data security. a&e's ducks, ending its suspension of a reality show star, despite his controversial comments. the latest on the "duck dynasty" flap. >> to be a man of valor. >> and full military honors. carter evans in los angeles, on the fuel of a fallen american hero, missing for more than 62 years. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news."
to demand higher wages. terrell brown is outside a mcdonald's in new york city. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there are about 200 protesters here in new york city. they have since dispersed and moved on to other locations. there are other rallies in 200 cities across the country including denver las vegas and san diego as workers push for higher wages, $15 an hour more than twice the national minimum wage. nancy delgado makes $8 coin 25 for the work she does at a chicago area mcdonald's. the 27-year-old mother of two has been employed at the fast food chain's franchises for the last ten years and earns the minimum wage in illinois. >> i don't have health insurance. i don't own a car, i don't own cable. i have a cell phone because i need it. i didn't think i was going to be living like this. it's hard. >> reporter: so this summer she joined a growing movement of low-paid workers demanding retailers and fast food chains pay employees at least $15 an hour. >> workers felt like $15 would give them enough money to survive, just get food keep a roof over the
. as terrell brown reports, saturday's spacewalk brought new progress and a new problem. >> sunny day. >> beautiful day. >> reporter: by most measures saturday's spacewalk to fix the space station was a suction says. astronauts were able to disconnect and remove and reinstall a pump for a cooling station sooner than expected. nasa hoped to get even further ahead of schedule ahead of time but ran into some issues. during the walk mastracchio raised concerns about the temperature inside his spacesuit. >> the only issue i'm having is very, very good. i've got very very good air flow in my boot us but my toes are quite clear. >> reporter: the crew pressed on but they cut their mission short by about an hour. i'd like to restore this old module, clean up and call it day. >> okay, guys. we're going to wrap up and do some cleanup now. >> reporter: it wasn't until they returned to the space station that mastracchio's spacesuit was filling with water. the issue this time around was difference and likely caused by a minor mishap inside the station. the second plan
for anything. terrill brown is in east rutherford, new jersey. terrell, good morning. >> reporter: how are you doing, jeff? good morning to you. there's already been four measurable snow convenience before the official start of winter. that's the reason for the big snow pile back there, and the nfl said they'll be ready to go. they're keeping an eye on the weather and the game will go on. super bowl organizers showed off their ice melters, salt dispense dispensers and snow removers and they say they prepare for snow all season long. >> despite the fact that the world's greatest event is going to be here we still know how to clear snow and we keep the markets open every day and schools open most days and we'll do a good job super bowl week as well. >> reporter: frank has been managing all nfl events for nearly a decay. he said the league is prepared to move the game to saturday or monday if faced with an extreme blizzard. >> we've been in situations where snow has fallen ahead of the super bowl. it is our objective to kick off the ball at 6:30 on february 2nd, bu
could fall today. terrell brown is in liverpool new york just north of syracuse. terrell, it looks cold. good morning. >> reporter: charlie, norah, good morning to you. temperatures in the teens, same as wind chill. snow is falling now. it has been coming down all night long. five to six inches somewhere fallen here. more snow is on the way. >> i looked out the window up there and all i could see was white. >> reporter: within hour, parts of central new york state were buried in two feet of snow. coming down nearly three inches an hour. >> i walked outside and i was like oh really? now i've got to go convince my husband to buy me a snow shovel. >> reporter: emergency crews spent the day clearing highways. with more snow expected today and winds of 35 miles per hour, they fear whiteout conditions make travel dangerous. >> stay home. >> reporter: it's known as lake-effect snow. the system is created as cold air pushes over warm lake water. it creates clouds. as cloud love over land, snow begins to fall fast. >> that's typical for winter here. we've had worse. >> reporter: it is not over.
at the wedding of his son who is guy. terrell brown is here this morning. good morning. >> good morning to you. the methodist church is the largest with about 8 million members and like the rest of the country, it is bitterly divided over gay marriage. >> reporter: when reverend was asked to marry him by another man, he said there was no way to refuse. >> i wanted to say yes to but i had to say yes especially with him because the way he came out, he had struggled with his sexual identity and he had actually considered suicide at one point. >> reporter: so he presided over the wedding in massachusetts six years ago, even though it went against church rules. schaefer said his love for his son was more important. >> reporter: were you aware of the consequences? >> i would have to say yes. i actually informed my bishop and my district superintendent beforehand in writing. >> reporter: nothing came of it until this past april when a parishioner at his church in lebanon, pennsylvania, filed an official complaint. while it welcomes them, it forbids gay marriage, bans gay priest
electricity still out for many. terrell brown has more on that. that. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. today will be another frigid dayd across the northern plains and ay to new new england where tens of ds thousands are waking up again n withou without power. >> tammy campbell spent christmas day with her daughter and nephew along with other michigan residents who's homes are still in the dark. >> we normally have hot chocolate in pjes watching movies around the christmas to have tree. that didn't work last night. >> crews are hoping to have the power back on by the end of the the week. >> we feel their frustration.tand the >> reporter: at least 17 deaths nationwide are blamed on last weekend's mass i storm that cut power to half a million people across the great lakes and northeast. with temperatures in the teens and more than 20 miles per hour and winds expected in the affected -mile-an-h areas, officials are concerned tree branches will continue to fall damaging more power lines. >> not just ice on the trees. added weight gusts of wind. we repair these t
anything like this or something worse from happening. terrell brown is with us. good morning. >> the suspects managed to steal a portion of perimeter fencing and surrounds each airport and actually make their way on to the tarmac. it is raising questions about how something like this can happen and what it means for safety at airports around the country. >> 49-year-old robert edward seen on surveillance running on to the tarmac moments after a southwest airlines plane landed. he climbed over a-foot barbed wire fence. after banging on the engine of the plane, he sprawled out his arms and wandered past the aircraft as police officers fulled up and surrounded him. >> he was immediately ap handed and taken into custody. officers determined immediately he appeared to be under the influence thea at least alcohol and possibly drugs. >> he was apprehended by police four minutes after he was spotted. officials don't know what motivated him, but at a press conference on thursday the focus was on how he was able to successfully reach a plane. after a similar inc
. terrell brown is monitoring the entire situation. he joins us now. good morning, terrell. >> good morning to you. the astronauts are relying on 35-year-old space suits to keep them alive. they provide oxygen, protecting against radiation, and apply pressure to providing the body from expanding in the zero-gravity environment. two recent incidents underscore the potential dangers of working more than 200 miles above earth. >> reporter: the suits astronauts are wearing today to protect them from the harsh environment of space were developed decades ago. >> the backpack that was worn on saturday was actually built back in 1984. so the hardware has quite a bit of time on it. >> reporter: space suits weigh over 300 pounds, are made of fiberglass stainless steel nylon and composite materials, and cost between $3 million and $12 million. >> they're rally marvels of high-tech ingenuity. when you think about the environment the astronaut have to work in, that's a good thing. they're in a hard vacuum, traveling through space at 17 miles an hour. the suits are basically mini spaceships. >> to keep c
brown is seeing action. >> ronde: had a breakout kind of year for san fran. mostly special teams guy through his career. with the injury to terrell he's had to step up and play. he's been impressive to me. >> dick: third down and seven. glennon with time. wouldn't have been a first down anyway as vincent jackson is covered by navorro bowman, the linebacker, and a flag down at the 25. >> referee: after the play, personal foul, number 69. half the distance to the goal. it is fourth down. >> dick: so demar dotson. michael koenen will have to kick from about his own goal line. >> ronde: right tackle here, demar dotson. personal foul, 21 personal fouls. that is a big number for any team. >> dick: jayme james at the 48. he'll take getting to the 45. brian leonard making the tackle and the 49ers leading by ten. still early in the third. and what would this pretty i'm thinking the ford fusion... ho, ho, ho!....the what? i need a car that's stylish and fashionable... especially in my line of work. now do you have a little lemonade stand? guys, i'm in fashion! but i also need amazing tech too.
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